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Springfield Rotary and Springfield HOPE Deliver Twenty Thanksgiving Dinners to those in Need in Town

On Tuesday afternoon members of Springfield HOPE and the Springfield Rotary joined forces to assemble and deliver a complete Thanksgiving day meal to twenty needy families in Springfield.  Shop Rite of Springfield made a very generous donation of food to the group and Stew Leonard’s donated 20 Turkeys which they have done each year for the past several years.  After assembling each box, which included a turkey, roasting pan, pasta, gravy, potatoes, eggs, apples, juice, milk, bread butter, flower, vegetables, sugar and much more, a gift basket was added which was donated by St.

Saint James Students Create Food Gift Baskets for Families In Need in Town

Students from St. James the Apostle School created baskets of canned and non-perishable food to be distributed to the needy.   This was in keeping with the tradition started years ago by parishioner Anthony Dimurro, the founder of Lilly's Pantry. Pictured with the children are Scott Seidel (left) and Dr. Gary Hecht (center), Springfield Hope Trustees, and Barbara Noonan  (right), a member of the St.

A Festival of Lessons and Carols Sunday, December 17, 2017 St. James the Apostle Church 3:00 p.m.

Step away from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and come to church to listen to the Christmas story as woven through the Old and New Testaments and expressed in beautiful Christmas Carols sung by St. James parish choirs.  All are welcome to experience this Christmas spirit-filled

Union County Public Libraries Join Together to Check Out Hunger in NJ

            Help check out hunger this holiday season with donations to a Food Drive being sponsored by the Libraries of Union County Consortium (LUCC). From November 27 - December 18, your local public library will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items to benefit the New Jersey Community Food Bank and other local food pantries. Collection bins will be conveniently located at the public libraries and library staff will then route 100% of the donations to designated food banks.

BLUEGRASS BAND “SILK CITY” TO PERFORM AT SPRINGFIELD LIBRARY ON DECEMBER 3

            The Springfield Free Public Library is pleased to announce a return visit by Silk City, an acoustic bluegrass band with a sound as unique as its repertoire.  The performance is scheduled for 2:00 PM on Sunday, December 3, and will take place in the library's Palmer Museum.   Members of the band include Barry MItterhoff on mandolin, Danny Weiss on guitar and vocals,  and the North Carolina “roots” sound of Mary Olive’s  vocals.  This performance will also feature special guest Tom

Concerned Parents Converge on Springfield Board of Education Meeting to Discuss Bullying and Debate Looping

By Jesse Broome

 

On Monday, November 6, over 100 Springfield parents and residents gathered at Jonathan Dayton High School to attend the scheduled Board of Education meeting. Aside from regular agenda items such as student and staff recognition, Tree Top property update, and various reports, attendees converged on the meeting to examine how the Springfield Public Schools handles bullying and the practice of looping.

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